- Do Near-Boundary Processes Control the Ocean?
- The Effect of the Bottom Boundary on Diapycnal Mixing in Enclosed Basins
- Abyssal Canyons and Mixing by Low-Frequency Flow
- Cross-Shelf Exchange Along the Antarctic Continental Margin: Modeling Results
- Internal Swell: Distribution and Redistribution of Internal-Wave Energy
- The HOME Nearfield Experiment
- On the Fraction of Internal Tide Energy Dissipated Near Topography
- Modeling Internal Tides and Mixing Over Ocean Ridges
- Internal Wave Breaking at Variable Topographic Slopes
- Spectral Evolution of Bottom-Forced Internal Waves
- Yes, We Have no Abyssal Mixing
E. Kunze and K. L. Polzin, pp. 85-93. Kunze pdf
- The Internal Wave Action Model IWAM
- Large-Eddy Simulation of Flow over Coastal Ridges
- Low-Level Topographic Drag in Atmospheric Flows
- Form Drag on Ocean Flows
- Evolution of Vortical Flow Structure in an Ocean Boundary Process
- Use of the Turbulent Kinetic Energy and Scalar Variance Budgets to Obtain Directly Eddy Viscosity and Diffusivity from AUV Turbulence Measurements
- Scaling Kinetic Energy in the Wind Driven-Mixed Layer
- Observations of Momentum Transfer in the Upper Ocean: Did Ekman Get It Right?
- Inclusion of the Bottom Boundary Layer in Ocean Models
- The Suitability of Large-Scale Ocean Models for Adapting Parameterizations of Boundary Mixing and a Description of a Refined Bulk Mixed Layer Model
- Meridional Overturning as a "Pump and Valve" System
- Comments on Eddies, Mixing, and the Large-Scale Ocean Circulation
- Residual Circulation in the Ocean
- Dianeutral Upwelling Without Dissipation of Kinetic Energy
- Gravitational Potential Energy Sinks in the Oceans
- Transition: The Movement of Understanding from Process Studies to Ocean Forecast Models
- Meeting Report: Near-Boundary Processes and Their Parameterization
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